Theni In Tamil Nadu - A Land Blessed By Nature!

Written By

Gopika VC

Theni has lush meadows and sparkling waterfalls. With its rivers and dams and fragrant tea plantations, the city is a paradise for environment lovers.

Suruli Falls is a popular tourist attraction in Theni, Tamil Nadu. It's a terrific place to explore nature and cool down in its pristine waters.

Suruli Waterfall

The Varaha River's Sothuparai Dam is another popular Theni attraction. The dam's track is one of its most intriguing characteristics.

Sothuparai Dam

Most people know Mavuthu as the name of a Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Vinayaka. The name of the temple is Velapar Temple, and it is on Varushanad Hill.


Theertha Thotti means holy water tub. A natural spring surrounded by neem and bright trees. This heavenly spring has never dried up.

Tirtha Thotti

Kumbakkarai Falls is a beautiful waterfall near Theni in the Tamil Nadu district of Dindigul. It is at the foothills of the Kodaikanal hills.

Kumbakkarai Waterfall

Theni lies 70 km from Meghamalai Hills on the Western Ghats. It's almost 500 ft above sea level. The area is full in plants and wildlife.

Meghamalai Hill

Vaigai Dam, a source of irrigation and drinking water for Madurai and Dindigul, is also a quirky spot for picnics and afternoon get-togethers.

Vaigai Dam

Kuchanur's Sani Temple is one of the few dedicated solely to Lord Sani without additional planets or a temple's presiding god.


Temple cave is 800 m above sea level. The Tamil epic Silappathikaram describes festivities in the Kailasanathar Temple Cave in Aadi, Thai, and Chithtirai.

Kailasanathar Temple Cave

Chinna Suruli Falls is a popular Theni attraction set in lush woodlands. It cascades from Meghamalai to make a calm, sparkling pool at the mountain's base.

Chinna Suruli Waterfall

It is roughly 4500 feet above sea level on the Western Ghats. This mountainous town draws hundreds of tourists each year to relax.

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